ONE GOD.
ONE LORD.
ONE SPIRIT.
ONE COMMUNITY.

Who We Are

JeanJean and Kristie Mompremier founded United Christians International (UCI) in 2003 and returned to JeanJean’s birthplace in 2005. UCI’s primary goal has always been to teach the Word of God. As a result, over 30 witch doctors have turned to Christ, churches have been planted in far-reaching communities, and communities have transformed from despair to hope.

Teaching. Equipping. Uniting.

Helping people know and experience God by teaching, equipping, and uniting.

Teaching
The Words of God

Our goal is to provide quality Christian education to our rural areas, with a big emphasis on providing a safe and encouraging learning environment, resources, and hiring certified teachers with a heart for the Lord.

Equipping
National Leaders

UCI continues to grow and meet the spiritual, medical, educational, and agricultural needs of the community, while touching the lives of Haitians through sharing, studying, and living out the Gospel.

Uniting
Christians Around the World

God has used UCI to not only unite Christians in the surrounding 9 villages in Caiman, but throughout the world through short-term missions teams and service projects.

Ephesians 4:3-6

"Work hard to live together as one by the help of the Holy Spirit. Then there will be peace. There is one body and one Spirit. There is one hope in which you were called. There is one Lord and one faith and one baptism. There is one God. He is the Father of us all. He is over us all. He is the One working through us all. He is the One living in us all."

UCI Spotlight

Protein Program Expansion

Mme Ketheline (school secretary) and Dr. Manouschka have teamed up to expand and improve our protein program. During the school year Mme Ketheline gives out peanut butter at recess to the students showing signs of kwashiorkor, protein deficiency, the most common type of malnutrition seen. With inflation and food shortages, many children have been impacted and are showing signs of kwashiorkor. 

The nutrition center gives out and provides a good meal of rice, beans, and vegetable mixture, but many kids need an extra boost of protein. We created a nutrition clinic and we have seen great results with giving a spoonful of peanut butter to children who need it. Future plans for expansion of the clinic and teaching hospital include a laboratory, OBGYN services, orthopedic, dental, eye clinic, and surgery.